"Counterparts" presents pairs of contrasting texts that interact with one another in differing and surprising ways. These texts may take opposing views on issues or contend with ideas presented by other scholars. Together they offer a range of perspectives on topics such as art and war, love and fidelity, gender, aspiration, and death. The strong combination of modern and classic literature in Counterparts provides us with much to contemplate and discuss.
*$50/person, $75 with a guest.
*This is a limited, advanced registration discussion group that meets every Thursday beginning on February 10th and ending on March 17th.
Corrine Egan has served as Executive Director for the NW PA Labor-Management Council and director of Special Events and Community Education at Mercyhurst University. She graduated from Mercyhurst with a business degree in 1980. She has served on the Board of Trustees for Metro Health Center, as a commissioner for the NW Regional Planning Commission, and is a past member of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women.